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THE NORTHERN Mining Register, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1891. The Shearers' Dispute. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

THE NORTHERN CViW ? ? <34 Itttttg PUBLISHED WEEKLY. SATURDAY, MARCH 2 \ 189t. i : The Shearers7 Dispute. ? THE most ardent unionist or supporter of the present demands of the shearers iii the Central districts must admit th&tthe acts of violence, crime, and intimidation indulged in by tlie more lawless of the shearers is most repre hensible, and should be put down with a strong hand. Our telegrams daily contain news of most atrocious acts of violence committed by the men on stiike. Wookhede hare been burnt down with impuuity, the grass | oil Hie runs hes'beeri fired in several, places, fences have been burnt down, and the latest crime is the shooting of ^ the balloeksbelon£[ing to non-unionist j .mere. It is a poor way of revenge | shoot and cripplp poor dam|» beasts because tlieii? owner will not join an association or " ring" which he thinks will not suit him, and we trust that the perpetrators of this act of in human cruelty will be discovered and severely puni...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"THE NORTHERN MINING REGISTER" SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

"THE NORTHERN MINING REGISTER" SHARELIST. pS i ?:' i^ :. ? Name of Ckmapaiiy. ; SriIiiant and St. George United ... BiOliaiit 6. M. Co.... Srifliaait Block p. u Ditto contributing ... - Bonnie Dundee "Brilliant, and Worcester and Victory 1 ? .!»* ? . __ JGaledoniaP. C. p. u, ... Ditto contributing Charter's Towers Pyrites ... Ditto ditto p. u. to 5/ Charters Towers <3ras DaaO'Connell ; ... Bay Dawa No. 3 West Ditto ditto p. u. to 10/ Day Dawn No. 4i West (issued p. u. to 10/ . Day Dawn. No. 4B West ... Day Dawn Jfo. 5 West Day Dawn No. 6 West Day Dawn Scaoo Reserve p. u. ... Ditto ditto contributing... Day Dawn P. C. ... Golden Gate Hadftn Treasure and Mount Lady Maria Some Rule p. u. to 10/- ... KellyVCaledonia - Kelly's Queen Block Lady Maria... Mosman Mills Day Dawn United ... Millican Caledonia... ... ... New Iron Duke New Imperial ... ... Jifortli Queensland Pyrites contributing... Ditto ditto p. u,... New Gssaee Darling No.. 7 North East Queen ... No. 1 East Sunburs...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mining Intelligence The Latest Quotations. MINERS' FREE EXCHANGE. GILL STREET. WEDNESDAY NIGHTS CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

TBE QAOTAIFOITS. MINERS' FEES EXCHANGE. GILL STREET. ? WEDNESDAY KIGHL'S CALL. Band of Hope, s lie Brilliant and Bt. George United, e 9s b 8s ?d Brilliant Bloei, p.u., s 18s, b iSre 6d Bay Dawn Ko. 8 W, b 9d Day Datra, Kb. 4a W, S 5S, b 4s 2d Golden ©..le, b 8s * Hidden Treasure, s 2s lid Kelly's Caledonia, e Is 6d Kelly's Queen Block, s 9s Lady Mam, b 3s Muldiva con, b 5s Id, b 3s 7d New Iron Duke, s 9d, b 6d SFo. 7 Queen, b 5s So. 3 f.E. Day Dawn, s Is 10i, b is 61 Q,aeen Cross Reef, b 10s 3d Scandinavian, b 4d Sunbrnst, b 14s 3d Sunburst Fo. 1 East, b lOd Fictorr, s 50s. b 42s

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWNSVILLE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) TOWNSVILLE, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

TOWNSFXLLE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGBAPH.) (F80H OCB OWS C0HKESP03DEKT ) TOWSSVUIE, March 25. Q,uo*a'ioE6 for Tue day, 25th March. Bank of North. Queensland, b 67s 6d, 6 69s Grass Hut, s 2d Hidden Treasure, e 2s 8d Kelly's Q.ueea Block, b 7s Kellys' Caledonia, s Is 3d New Grace Darling, e 44 Muldiva, paid up, b 7s 6d Muldiva, eon , b 5s, s 5s 2d * Townsville Land and investment, b £18 ids, e £20 Townevil'e Rink and Recreation Co. 8 10s Towaeville Bond «ad Free g orage Co. b 14s 9d, e 15s fioslf a Park, e £5 15s Idalii Land, s £30 NortJi Aitkenvale, s £o ToTOsrille Grias, b 25s s 26s 3d N.Q. Meat Export, con, b £75, s £78 " Towterille Herald," e £8 10s Towneville Foundry, b Is 6d

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. BRISBANE, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. BRISBANE, March 25. * At the I- xcuange to-day, the following sates were effected:- Mo. 4a West D&y Dawn, 5s 41, 5s Id, 5s lid, 5s Ifd, 5s §d, 5B ; Golden Gate, 8s 4§d; Brilliant and fit. George Untied. 8s lOd. Hie following are the latest quotations No. 4A. West Itawn b4« 9|d, s 4s lld| Golden Gate, b 8s 5d, e 8s 6d Queen Cross Beef, b 10s 7d, e 10s 9 id Sunburst. b 14s 6d, e 15s 6d No. 7 N E. Queen, b 4s 6d, £ 5s 3d Brilliant and St. Ueorge (Tutted, b 85 3d Brilli»ut Block, p.u., b 17s 3d, s 17s 8d Brilliant Worcester end Victory United, b 5s 3d, e 7s . Mo. 2 8.1. Day Dawn, b 2s 2d, e 3s 5d No. I East S unburst, b 9d, E Is Id

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. LONDON, February 13 h, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

I LOJTDON STOCK EXCHANGE. LosDoy, February 13 b, 1891. The following are the latest quotations for stares in Anglo - A usfrralian Mmee : Australian Con&olB, b 10s, e Us Bonnie Dundee, b 3s 9d, s 4s 3d British Broken Hill, b 2|d, s 3£d Coromandel, li Is 3 i, s Is 9d Cumberland Gold, b 2s 3d, e 2s 9d Bay Dawn Block, b 4s 34, 6 4s 91 Day Dawn P.C., b lis, s 12s xd Bagleliawk, b Is 6d, s 2s 6d Etheridge United, b Is, s Is <5d Gympie Gn. Crown, b 4s 3d, s4s9d Gympie Gt. Eastern, b 7s 3d, s 7s 9d Ironclad (9s 9d pd.) b Is 3d, s la 9 i Kaboonga (9i id ) b ltd, s 4|d Kangarilla, b Id, 8 l|d Sapanga, b 2s 9d, s 3s 3d BGaas, b 5s, e 6s Mosman, b 3s, a 3s 6d Mount Lejslion, b 7s 6d, s 8s 6d Mifc. Shamrock, b Is 6d. e 2s Sew Queen, (19s 6d pd.) b 7s, 6 7s 6d Port Philip (3s 6d pd.), b 3d, s 6d Queensland Smelting, b|,e f Scottish Australian, b 2£d, s 2|d Tasmanian Silver, b 9s e 10s Wentwortk Propry, f pm.

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

Tailor and Outfitter, {near Catholic Chapel,) Gill-Street, Charters Towers Fit guaranteed. Orders promptly executed jp HCEXI X Jjl IE E Q F WTC 35 . Of Xondon. . BcXASUtitaKD Ifjffi.] PsriB&diD 1782, ' Annual Income IjH&eds, £1 b(W,ODO. IjObbps Paid Mxreed £17,000,000. fBtabliehedwer 100 Yeans. [»ks on Ereiy Deseription of Property iEUK^tedda^ &iostfftvocdile "£. / v Terms. 3$#®

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA G.M. CO., NO LIABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

VICTORIA G.M. CO., KO LIABILITY THE recent crushing of 417 tons from, the Victoria <3-.lL Co. (no liability), that gave the yield of 2020ozs of gold (exclusive of 60ozs that are expected from the tailings), calls for special comment, and a reference to the past financial success of this Company, and the future prospects of the mine. Since 1888 there have been obtained 4167 tons of quartz giving l7,I20ozs, and representing a cash value of £58,000 from this aggregate. The directors have paid the very respectable sum of £28,800 in dividends, and now have available for subdivision among the fortun ate shareholde s (among whom ranks as maxim us, Mr. Hugh Mosman) no less than £8,000. A very large sum has also been expended in new and power ful machinery for the more econoj mical working of the Company's mine. The operations now being carried on are the drivage of and stoping above levels on the Victoria reef, which is the deepest of a series of' three parallel lodes dipping at ...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mining for the Week. ENDING SATURDAY, MARCH 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

ENDINGr SATURDAY, MARCH 28. OUR MINING- REPORTER.) The week opened with the share market dull, but towards the close stocks began to told their own, and in one or two particular lines tlie rise was fairly great. The Day Dawn 4A West came with a rush about Wednesday. Ike week before last the con tractors finislied timbering and sinking this diaft_to a depth of 373ft, which completed their contract. The ground in the bottom was hard granite, with no appearance of a change. The manager, therefore, came up the shaft to a point about 30 or 4©£t from the bottom, and opened out on a small vein he had met with, the result being that a nice . reef was obtained about 1ft thick, carrying good gold. This has continued, and though shares in the mine were easier on JTriday morning, there was, what might be called compared with the last few months, a phenomenal sale of this scrip oh 'Change on Friday and Saturday night. Some owners of shares in the Day Dawn 4*A W est paid lii^h priees for the prop...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

Domestic Intelligence. BIRTH. McKIERNAN.-On the 22nd instant, at her residence, Hackett Terrace, the wife of F. McKiernan, of a son. DEATH. ADAMS.-At her parents residence, Mount- ain Maid Hill, Mary Jane, the beloved youngest daughter of William and   Catherine Adams, aged 1 year and 3 months. Deeply regretted.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

Local and General. OWING to the interruption of telegraphic communication between Bowen and Brisbane, and the delay of our wires from this cause, the NORTHERN MINER of yesterday was later than usual in its delivery on Wednesday. AFTER the Mounted Infantry had em- barked in the train on Wednesday and previous to its leaving the platform someone called for three cheers for the Australian Republic. The response, which was drowned by derisive laughs, was most heartily given by Mr. Clarke, the hot-pieman, Mr. Rufus Ward, and Mr. Vosper, who is just now charged with the uttering of a most seditious libel, and a few friends of a like kidney. THE Western Champion, published at Bar- caldine gives publicity to the following strike incident: — The reporter at Clermont for one of the Rockhampton papers, who made some most disparaging remarks about the Mounted Infantry, asserting that they were drunk on duty, was challenged to combat by several of the indignant volunteers. The reporter modestly ...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FARREL'S FATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

FARREL'S FATE. BY GEORGE JACKSON.   It was about 1864 when the first gold rush to the Star took place. Towns- ville was hardly born then, and Bowen was a pretty young baby, only   in swaddling clothes. The latter place,   it is true, has not advanced with any thing like the leaps and bounds of it's   sister town, but still Bowen has im- proved some since '64, when Captain Champion landed a little crowd of diggers from his tiny steamer — all bound for the Star River rush. On reaching Bowen the diggers discovered that Townsville was the   nearest port for the Star, so they pro-   ceeded to interview the Captain to ascertain the terms and conditions on which he would be willing to carry them as far as Cleveland Bay. "Well, boys," said Captain Cham-     pion, after considering the matter for   a few minutes, "if you can muster 60   men at £4 per head, I'll ch...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Labour Dispute. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ROCKHAMPTON, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

The Labor Dispute. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ROCKHAMPTON, March 19.   Dr. McDonald, Sergeant-major Virgo and 6 men of the Moreton Mounted Infantry left for Barcaldine this morning. The members of the Moreton Infantry, who left Brisbane by the Warrego, are due here early in the morning. The men of the Permanent Battery at Townsville and the Mounted Infantry of Mackay are expected by the Gabo on Saturday. BRISBANE, March 20. The bakers' strike still continues. Both sides seem confident of winning the struggle.   The Executive of the Pastoralists' Asso- ciation received information to the effect that last evening Lorne Station, near Blackall, was visited by about 80 unionists. While the manager was engaged interviewing them the woolshed was totally destroyed by   fire, and all the grass, etc., between Lorne and Terrick Downs stations is on fire. The unionists, it is stated, are causing great trouble at Barcaldine stati...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

FROM: recent cable - na ws it would, appear that the sometimes sphinx-like Chas. Stewart ; Paiaell is losing all his Bpliingic attributes. He is now taken to bandy words with.' liis whilom grovellers to bring himself .to their level by, issuing ehaUanges to eon- - j .test elections, and then quietly backing out. | It was bad generalship for a leader to cross . swords with one of the rank and file. Mr. I Jusfcin McCarthy could easily afford to lose f the seat of Maurice Healey, but Mr. Parnell ? could ill spare that of the one Charles ^Stewart. It .would be like the stage business of Punch and Judy with the wife beating omitted. And then to jib on it because Mr. Healey said rude words. Nonsense! Judg ing from the debates in Committee Boom So. IB, it is generally considered that the party Mr. Parnell still claims to lead, dis cussed under no particular rules, but "all in" was always understood. It is to be hoped that one of the coolest and gamest and in the light of recent disclosures...

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Shipping News. [BY POST AND ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TOWNSVILLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

[bT POST A3TB EIJECTBIC TELEGRAPH.] TOWN S YILrLE. A B RIVALS. March 22.-Arawatta, s., Captain Lee, from Cooktown and ports. Passengers Messrs. Munro, Russell, Wylie, Bev. Palmer, Pyne, Carleton, DufLeld, and Powell. For Southern ports-Mrs. Skeffins; Misses Moss man, Mitchell; Messrs Craig, Baker, Baker, Leonard, Forrest, Willies, Wiesenthal, and 22 in the second class for all ports. March. 22.-Beagle, for Cairns. William Black, agent. Marcli 22.--Warrego, s, Captain Fleet wood, from Melbourne, via ports. Pas sengers-Mesdames Black, Jones, Eoseneath, Miss Donnel ; Messrs. Triekett, J. Philip, juar., Harrington, Smith, Davey, Abraham, Barker, Ferguson, Davis, Roseneath, Davies, Watson, Harlen, Day, Abraham, and 27 in the steerage. Pa ssengers for ^Northern ports -Miss Pallow . Messrs. Cherry. Brook, Wareham, Bytliewood, Constable Higgens and prisoner, and seven in the steerrge. March 22-Palmar, s, Captain Clark, from Cairns, via ports. Passengers-Messrf. Fergus m, L. Stamp, Hynes, Ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) QUEENSLAND. Townsville, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 28 March 1891

TelegTanis. (BV EMCmiG TEtEGKAPH.jp (FfiOM OTTE OWK COKRESPOtTDEST.) QUEENSLAND. Townville. March 20. The A Uigator Creek Meat Works started again on Sunday. Last year this compauv reduced 5000 bullocks. Despite the new ness of tlie machinery these works paid expenses fully. This year the capacity is increased and it is hoped to put through nearly double the quantity. Mr. J. W. Cran and Mr. Pitt, manager for the United Insurance Company, went to Rattlesnake Island on Sunday in a boat, intending to be back on Tuesday. They have not yet turned up. The Customs launch visited Rattlesnake Island, but no one was seen there. It is feared that the boat foundered. Townsville, March 22. All search for Mr. J. W. Cran and Mr.   Pitt has been unavailing. It is believed that the boat foundered and the men have perished. The Licensed Victualle s char- tered the Burdekin and have been searching all to-day. Townsville, March 23.   No news has been received of Cran or Pitt, ...

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The Biddler. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

WAS malt liquor cheaper in former days -than now ? Yes : for ladies were constantly, indulging m their farthing-ale (farthingale).i WHY are darned stockings like dead men ? ? Because they are mende(a)d. j Why is a lodging on the ground floor a! -degradation ? Because it's a-base-raent. j WHY is a new-born child like a donkey's j .tail ? Because it was never seen before. When are soldiers like good flannels F W hen they don't shrink. Whef is tobacco like pigs' eyes ? When it's in a hogshead. WHIT is a palm tree like a chronologer ? Becauseit furnishes dates. War is a torch like the ring of a chain ? JBeeauee itisa link. Why is a handsome and fascinating lady like a slice of bread ? Because she is often toasted. Wht is a prosy story-teller like the Thames Tunnel ? Because he is a great bore. Whek is a thief Ufa* a reporter ? When he takes notes. " WHAT!" «aj»i the judge, " you here again ?" " Tim, your honor. When I think how kind the prison officials are and how cold the world is, I ...

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The Arizona Kicker. EASTERN JOURNALISTS HAVE, TO GET ACCLIMATIZED [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

The Amona EASTKBN JOURNALISTS HAVE, TO GST ACCLIMATIZED IN its last issue-which was three days late, owing to a circumstance below narrated, the "Arizona Kicker" Bays : ONE MORE U NFOKTUFATE.--The other week a tenderfoot who said he had been a reporter on the Pittsburg Chronicle, came along and struck us for a job, and we set him to work Monday on the agricultural depart ment of the paper. We warned him against the strange climate of this strange country, and that he must not attempt to handle anything until he first asked the name of it. Afterfc wo or three hours be got the swell-bead and went out to chin with the boys, and that afternoon we buried him. He had beard tell of jackass rabbits, but never seen one, and someone made him believe that Col. Moore's mule, which was tied near the post office, was one of the gentle creatures of the plains. He was looking to see if the rabbit's feet were webbed when the calamity came. Hortum bum whish is Latin, for he didn,t know it was loaded,...

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The Poet's Corner. AN ANXIOUS FASHION. ("Hand-painted shirt-fronts are the latest fashion for gentlemen.—Fashion Paper.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

AST ANXIOUS FASHION. (" Hand-painted shirt-fronts are the latest fashion for gentlemen.-Fashion Paper.) O, isg. lino, do not lay Tour head upon my breast; You'll spoil this lovely shirt of mine Hand-pointed and my best. I can't afford to get it rubbed, It is so very sice; You know it is expensive work, Although it's wor.h the price. This wreath of pink convolvulus Is exquisitely done ; I don't believe another soul Has got so fine a one. Alas! it's very delicate, And. when ibis front I wear, I feel such fear of spoiling it, lo move I hardly dare. Oh, yes, my pet, I love yon too (fcow, darling, do not touch}, But don't be angry if leay I love this sliirt as much. O, Angelina, do cot cry, You fill me with alarm; One tear upon this front would do Irreparable harm. -Moonshine.

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NINE YEARS OLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 4 April 1891

3STI.NE YEARS OLD. ITiiie years old to-day, dearie, What an age to grow! Quite a man yon. are, dearie, Very well I know; Knickerbockers soon, laddie. Must be laid away, Far too young for you, laddie, Nine years old to-day. I remember well, dearie, When you used t-» lie, Baby-eyes wide open To the sonny sky. How tlie sunbeame dazzled AH your g'Men hair, Ne'er wes baby brother Half so sweet and fair! And as summers gathered On that curly head, How you loved to frolic On the grass instead. Scorced was baby's cradle, Scorned were baby shoes, O! you were so ready Baby days to lose! Then one day, my darling, Golden curls were shorn, What a round, sweet, chubby head I did kiss that morn ! Baby-boy no longer, Proudly you did bound, With those handsome, sturdy legs Flying o'er the ground. Kow with book and pencil To the school you go, Guarded by the brother That you worship so. Sundry papers reach me Sound-eyed letters wide, Which I lay with baby-curls Carefully aside. Slotted boyish letters...

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